Art After Dark West End

Art After Dark brings Adelaide's West End precinct to life with arts and cultural events, on selected Thursday evenings

 

december 8

 

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE - ARTSPACE GALLERY

5-8pm  |  Adelaide Festival Centre - above the Dunstan Playhouse

EXHIBITION: A - Z: Art & Objects (Artspace Gallery)

Adelaide Festival Centre is home to two distinct collections: The Adelaide Festival Centre Works of Art Collection and the Performing Arts Collection.

This exhibition brings the two collections together under the simple premise of the English alphabet. From paintings by Indigenous artist Ian Abdulla to Zena Dare – an Edwardian star featured on Fry’s chocolate box – A – Z: Art & Objects explores these, and all that lies in between.

EXHIBITION: One Day For Sight 2016 (Festival Theatre Foyer)

Photographers have fantastically tuned vision, coupled with a strong sense of design, and so the Red Photographic Challenge has once again been designed to bring focus onto a gift that photographers often take for granted, their eye sight. 

On October 13th photographers from across Australia took a photo that represented ‘Red’ to them. A panel of judges selected the finalists whose work will feature in a photographic exhibition at both the Adelaide Festival Centre and the Adelaide Airport.

This one day challenge raises funds for Sight For All and produces an exhibition of pictures that tells a striking story.


Adelaide COLLEGE OF THE Arts - Light Square Gallery

6-8pm  |  39 Light Square

EXHIBITION: Ingress - 2016 Graduating Visual Arts Exhibition

An annual exhibition, displaying the work of students graduating the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts), and the Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design.


AEAF

Lion Arts Courtyard

CLOSED


AEAF 24:7

Lion Arts Courtyard

EXHIBITION: 1000 Forms of Fear 

Ian Haig

curated by Carolyn Kavanagh

Has fear become the zeitgeist of our era? We fear aging, disease, disfigurement and death as well as an ever expanding list of phobias. Cultivated by media and politics our current culture of fear is all encompassing, from fear of terrorism, migration, pollution and pandemics to climate change. 1000 Forms of Fear examines the aesthetics of fear through the practices of four Australian contemporary artists.

The final installation in the 1000 Forms of Fear series. Ian Haig’s practice explores the darker side of life, with a brand of body horror that he says is "premised on putting bodily reality back into the hygienic and sterile context of the gallery".


FORMAT SYSTEMS

 80 Hindley St

CLOSED

 


JAMFACTORY

5-7pm | 19 Morhpett St

*VIP EVENT*


HAWKE CENTRE & Kerry Packer Civic GallerY 

5-7pm  |  Hawke Building (Level Three) - 55 North Tce

EXHIBITION OPENING: Make it. Better. 2016 Industrial Design Graduate Exhibition

The Master of Design (Industrial Design) and Bachelor of Industrial Design, International Industrial Design Exhibition showcases the creative talent of UniSA's Industrial Design students. The work featured includes innovative practice-based design investigations and collaborative design projects with industry partners.

The exhibition is highly regarded in the sector, creating employment opportunities for students.

Presented with the School of Art, Architecture and Design, UniSA

 


Mercury cinema

13 Morphett St

CLOSED - PRIVATE EVENT


Nexus Arts

 Lion Arts Centre

CLOSED


Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art

5-7pm Hawke Building - 55 North Tce

EXHIBITION: Meet the Samstags: Artists and Benefactors

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Samstag Scholarships, Meet the Samstags: Artists and Benefactors showcases the artistic talents of Anne and Gordon Samstag with many treasures from the Samstag Legacy Research Archive. 

EXHIBITION: Quicksilver: 25 years of Samstag Scholarships

Quicksilver: 25 Years of Samstag Scholarships celebrates the 25th anniversary of Gordon Samstag’s remarkable bequest, which led to establishment of the Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarships. Pivotal works by six distinguished scholars – Mikala Dwyer, Nicholas Folland, Shaun Gladwell, Christian Lock, Nike Savvas and Linda Tegg – highlight the exciting talent that the University of South Australia has had the pleasure of assisting over the last quarter century.


SASA Gallery

5-7pm Kaurna BuildingCorner of Hindley St + Fenn Pl

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